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Hi,

A recruit sent me a job spec and wanted to know if I would be interested. I'd like to say that I'm interested ad subject they sent but I don't know if I well used the verb submitted. Please keep an eye on my reply mail:

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ear xxxx,

Thank you for the interest in my skills.

I’m really interested in the position of Sales Engineer you submitted.

Please find enclosed my word adjourned CV and Cover Letter.

I look forward to hearing from you,



Best regards,



xxxxx
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Hi,

A recruit sent me a job spec and wanted to know if I would be interested. I'd like to say that I'm interested ad subject they sent but I don't know if I well used the verb submitted. No, it's a formal word that is not appropriate here. Please keep an eye on my reply mail:

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Dear ***,

Thank you for the information. I’m really interested in this position of Sales Engineer. Please find enclosed my word adjourned CV and Cover Letter.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Best regards,

***

What does 'word adjourned' mean?

Best wishes, Clive
Means a word file type and adjourned CV.

Moreover I'd like, in business manner, to thank him for to choice my cv for this position. So I think to write different from "Than you for the information".

What do you think, how can I change?
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Hi,

How about 'I am very grateful for your assistance in my job search'?

Best wishes, Clive
He is proposing me a job, is not helping me in my job search. Is a thin difference..
Hi,

Then sayI'm very grateful for this offer of a job.Emotion: smile

Clive
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Velectroadjourned CV.

adjourned = "aggiornato"? maybe "updated" or "up-to-date" ...